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   Title, Canon
1 1,15 | matters~which pertain to the good of the Church, and they 2 1,15 | consideration for the common good~and the dignity of persons.~ 3 1,23 | to damage unlawfully the good reputation~which another 4 1,26 | take account~of the common good of the Church and of the 5 1,26 | the interest of the common good, ecclesiastical authority 6 3,46 | by his authority for the good of all the Churches, according~ 7 4,84 | expeditious~promotion of the good of religion, for the more 8 4,140 | into account the common good of its own Church~as well 9 4,140 | Church~as well as the common good of the entire territory 10 4,148 | increase of the spiritual good of the Christian~faithful 11 7,180 | demonstrate solid faith, good~morals, piety, zeal for 12 7,180 | and prudence; (2) enjoy a good~reputation; (3) not be bound 13 7,202 | effective promotion of the good of religion and the effective 14 7,253 | 2. Notaries are to be of good character and above~reproach; 15 7,264 | of pastoral~work and the good of the eparchy.~ 16 7,267 | exercise some~function for the good of the eparchy. 2. To the 17 7,270 | committed to it for the good of the eparchy or is~gravely 18 7,273 | faithful of proven faith, good morals and outstanding~prudence 19 7,278 | liturgical books, that the~good appearance and condition 20 7,285 | necessary~that he be of good morals, sound doctrine, 21 7,285 | the presbyter is married, good~morals are required in his 22 7,293 | and life to all; and, as a~good shepherd, to seek out those 23 7,309 | the maintenance and the good appearance of~sacred furnishings 24 9,322 | possible for the common good of the Churches, through~ 25 9,322 | endeavors are facilitated, the good of religion is expeditiously 26 10,332 | erected in any eparchy if the good~of the Church demands it 27 10,365 | advantage of the Church or the good of the cleric~himself are 28 10,381 | these lay people for the good of the Church especially 29 10,384 | or to promote the common good requires it.~ 30 11,405 | does not harm the common good of the society in which 31 11,405 | daily lead more to the same good.~ 32 12,453 | testimonials concerning their good~conduct and suitability, 33 15,605 | integrity~and unity of faith and good morals, even disapproving, 34 15,652 | experts, and finally, promote good initiatives, praising and~ 35 15,652 | blessing in the first place good books, a policy that is 36 15,660 | the Catholic religion~or good morals; clerics and members 37 16,768 | impediments which were omitted in good~faith except those mentioned 38 16,769 | outside the seminary, of the good morals~of the candidate; ( 39 16,776 | nature ordered toward the good of~the spouses and the generation 40 16,863 | charity and a concern for the good of the family, not refuse 41 16,873 | church, and as long as the~good of souls is not thereby 42 16,889 | concerning possible and better good, must be fulfilled by the~ 43 19,929 | had been destined for the good of the whole~territory and 44 23,1012| it is necessary for the good of the eparchy, the~eparchial 45 23,1028| with the diligence of a good householder. 2. ~For this 46 23,1043| last wishes made for the good of the Church; if these 47 24,1093| are recognized for their good character, prudence and 48 24,1094| cases in which the public good could be at stake and for~ 49 24,1094| to provide for the public good.~ 50 24,1095| whether or not the public good could be at stake unless~ 51 24,1103| case~concerns the private good of the parties, the judge 52 24,1110| which involve~the public good of the Church or the salvation 53 24,1138| Whenever, in a trial, a good is in danger,~which, to 54 24,1139| a case in which a public good is called into~question, 55 24,1141| attained~majority and be of good reputation; furthermore, 56 24,1154| extinguished;~(2) if the public good so requires, the hierarch 57 24,1165| which pertain to the public good, or~concerning other matters 58 25,1197| property ceases to be in good faith; if~therefore, the 59 25,1213| in cases where the public~good is at stake; the judge, 60 25,1217| private matter and the public~good is not at stake the judicial 61 25,1217| which concern the public good, however, a judicial confession 62 25,1240| matter concerns the private good. On the other hand, their~ 63 25,1253| consider: (1) the condition~and good reputation of the person; ( 64 25,1281| concerned with the public~good, in order to avoid very 65 25,1283| question solely of the private good of the parties and if~all 66 25,1302| case involving the private good.~ 67 26,1376| cases affecting the public good are to be observed.~ 68 26,1390| useful way; (3) loss of good reputation among upright 69 26,1390| reputation among upright and~good parishioners or aversion 70 26,1397| Canon 1397~If the good of souls or the need or 71 27,1413| include the loss~of some good, unless the eparchial bishop 72 27,1422| useful for protecting the good name of the offender or 73 27,1432| illegitimately received even in good faith.~ 74 27,1448| blaspheme,~seriously harm good morals, injure religion 75 27,1452| seriously harmed~another's good name with a calumny, is 76 28,1468| must be taken lest anyone's good name be~endangered by this 77 28,1471| which involve the public good, not, however, the canons 78 29,1537| invalid. 2. The spiritual good of the Christian faithful 79 29,1539| contribute to~the spiritual good of the Christian faithful 80 30,1541| which is not grounded in good~faith, not only at the beginning


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